Lifeline

Need help? United States:

1 (800) 273-8255
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Hours: 24 hours, 7 days a week
Languages: English, Spanish
slCareer Studio social responsibility is also dedicate to helping decrease the suicide rate. If you are considering suicide, call the 24/7 hotline 1-800-273-8255. You can also personally message slCareer Studio Facebook. If you are coping with a loss visit SAVE or message slCareer Studio Facebook. Having suicidal thoughts is a very serious illness. If you are dealing with depression visit a professional counselor (doctor, school, or pastor). If you need assistance with finding professional help message slCareer Studio Facebook. If you are a family member or friend dealing with a depressed person listen to his/her concerns, and offer resources. Children and young people are at risk for suicide. The second leading cause of death for young people ages 15 to 34 is suicide. (source)

Note from slCareer Studio founder to the victims and families:
To the Intelligent Child at Darnell Cookman Middle/High School who committed suicide because of difficult school work, we apologize.
To the Woman who drove into traffic on ga-400, we apologize.
To the Jacksonville Talent Barber who committed suicide, we apologize.
To the Atlanta Meteorologist for The Weather Channel who committed suicide by driving his car into a wall, we apologize.
To the parents of the Student, we apologize for not accepting failure.
To the family of the Woman, we apologize for not understanding.
To the family of the Talent Barber, we apologize for being judgmental, and not paying attention to the signs.
The family of the meteorologist for The Weather Channel, we apologize!
12-year-old Katelyn Nicole Davis, the REFLECTION of me, I am you and you are me, I deeply APOLOGIZE.
As human beings we are ALL responsible for these deaths it’s OUR duty to listen to the crying voices and not dismiss them. To take care of each other no matter the race, religion, or nationality, no matter if we personally know each other or not.
Love Always,
slCareer Studio Founder
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1 (800) 273-8255
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CEO of slCareer Studio favorite quote state:
Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” ~Samuel Becket

Helpful Depression tools the CEO use:
Read self-improvement books.

Recommendations:
Tiny Buddha’s Guide to Loving Yourself. Author Lori Deschene
What I Know for Sure. Author Oprah Winfrey

Reminders:
Write inspirational quotes on sticky notes and place the sticky notes around your house: headboard, bathroom, mirror, refrigerator, even inside your car.
Save an inspirational quote on your phone screensaver & other electronic devices.
Create VISION BOARDS with friends and family OR alone.
Get a calendar and write a daily note why you’re THANKFUL.
Write in a journal reflect on life and how to BECOME BETTER.

Self, Family, and Friends:
Support the tools above.
Accept failure/mistakes.
Help overcome the mistakes/challenges.
Encourage seeking professional help.
Support what the professional help suggest.
Be Gentle.Lightly child lightly even when you feel deeply.“― Aldous Huxley, Island
LISTEN. UNDERSTAND. NO JUDGING.
DO NOT GIVE UP! “When you think you cannot push yourself ANYMORE. YOU CAN!!! It’s still MORE TO GO. . .”~Beyoncé dancer
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